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Mar 2, 2020

Seattle pop/R&B artist ALITA released a new single titled “Human Nature,” on 2.28.20 which is available to stream now on Spotify, Apple Music and all DSPs worldwide. “Human Nature” is a song about fatal attraction. It explores the subconscious, unhealthy stories we learn as children that end up informing toxic romantic behavior as adults. 

The song exudes new age pop vibes while still keeping roots in its toxic display. ALITA’s voice however carries the edgy ballad making a strong case for a Dua Lipa comparison.

ALITA says of the track, “The song was kind of monumental for me to write because it ended up being my groovy, pop – y response to a love that had gone sour, and the process of finding words and melodies to tell that story finally gave me the courage to let it go.”

ALITA is an up and coming Seattle-born artist, performer, and writer. Her genre-bending pop music incorporates influences from Radiohead to The 1975, and Adele to India.Arie, proving once again that all it takes is a unique voice and something to say to stand apart. Blurring the lines between synth pop and R&B, her focus is one thing only: tell a story, and tell it honestly.

On paper, ALITA is new to the music landscape and undefined to the public, leaving her potential equally untapped and unstoppable. But in reality, she’s been honing her craft and learning the business her whole life – making her a force to be reckoned with whether on stage, in the studio, or in a meeting. 

Check out the official video below:

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